Have been trying to research this without much results, just dont know what it's called.
I've been practicing a way of drawing via loose yet decisive marks, doing the best I can in the moment to draw out specifically what I may visualize. Line for line, detail by detail, without any approach of structuring or sketching.
It is a slow process, always in calm and patience, no rush. Must be enjoying it over all and not stressing about!
For the time being I call it intentional mark making, every mark and line is by visual (near) precise intent. Some times I will scrap a page or two or so before it begins to lay out clearly (and without distortion).
I am sure there is a word for it, just dont know where.
While approaching an illustration with a structure of some kind brings out the best, most assured process (gesture contour geometry etc.) I have been finding this method rather fun!
It's a practice of the relationship between the visualizing eye and a calm, patient focused discipline.